Space and Earth Science & Technology
We are Denmark's largest space research institute and a recognized international institution. With space as the starting point, we develop new technology, conduct research, educate engineers and PhD candidates, and provide advice, innovation and collaboration nationally and internationally.
28 november 2023
DTU Space scientist will use new grant to develop an unprecedented climate model for planets
Senior researcher and astrophysicist João Mendonça at DTU, the Technical University of Denmark, has been awarded a DKK 15 million ERC Consolidator Grant, for his project Foundation. The new project aims to develop a universal climate model to improve climate predictions on Earth and other planets, including extreme weather events.
27 november 2023
DTU scientist use new grant to dwell into magnetic fields in stars
Senior researcher and astrophysicist Victoria Antoci at DTU, the Technical University of Denmark, has been awarded a DKK 15 million ERC Consolidator Grant, for her project called MAGNIFY. This project seeks to unravel the mysteries of magnetic fields in stars slightly more massive than the Sun.
23 november 2023
DTU researchers receive highly coveted grants for space research
Senior researchers and astrophysicists at DTU Space, Victoria Antoci and João Mendonça, have each received 15 million DKK from the European Research Council, ERC, for their research over the next five years into stars and planets respectively. With the two ERC grants, basic research in astrophysics at DTU is further strengthened.
15 juni 2023
DTU Space gets large grant for global sea level rise research
Professor and climate researcher Shfaqat Abbas Khan has received DKK 37 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for research into global sea level rise research caused by melting of the Arctic and Antarctic ice-sheets. The research is based on data from satellites and other sources.